Five specially commissioned short stories relating to the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the SS Windrush from the West Indies.


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01Give Me My Wars19980615 by Diran Adebayo, read by Eddie Nestor. A man with a secret reflects on the under-achievements of those in his neighbourhood.
02My Children Are Movers1998060219980621`My Children Are Movers' by Grace Nichols, read by Adjoa Andoh. A mythic Caribbean woman recalls the experiences of her scattered, migrated children.
02My Children Are Movers1998061619980621Five specially commissioned short stories relating to the fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of the SS Windrush from the West Indies. 2: `My Children Are Movers' by Grace Nichols, read by Adjoa Andoh. A mythic Caribbean woman recalls the experiences of h / Five specially commissioned short stories relating to the fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of the SS Windrush from the West Indies. 2: `My Children Are Movers' by Grace Nichols, read by Adjoa Andoh. A mythic Caribbean woman recalls the experiences of her scattered children.
03Native1998061719980622`Native', written and read by Rikki Beadle-Blair. A West Indian boy's tale about being trapped between two cultures when his mother decides to bring him up British.
04Out Of Hand1998061819990502`Out of Hand' by Jackie Kay, read by Marianne Jean-Baptiste. How was it that when Rose arrived in England in 1948 on the SS Windrush, she thought she was coming home? / Five specially commissioned short stories relating to the fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of the SS Windrush from the West Indies. 4: `Out of Hand' by Jackie Kay, read by Marianne Jean-Baptiste. How was it that when Rose arrived in England she thought she was coming home?
05 LASTMuscular Bridges19980619 `Muscular Bridges', written and read by Ian Rashid. A mother-and-son story which takes a wry look at romance, colonialism and sexuality.

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